Causal leave (CL) is not mandatory govt. law. However, management appreciate that whenever it is needed all responsible employees give their time more than their duty hours which is not possible to compensate on every such occasion. Therefore, management has introduced 7 (seven) CL. Following is the terms & conditions for the CL.
PL is a government rule and company has to follow.
The Company shall observe maximum thirteen (13) holidays in any calendar year as declared. Out of thirteen (13) holidays six (06) will be paid holidays (against the govt. rule for 2.) and rest of seven will be adjustable (refer holiday list) against the weekly off.
The list of holiday to be observed in the next calendar year shall be released in the third week of december of every calendar year. There can be different holidays for different branches and regions.
The number of holidays so declared shall not be increased or decreased during the year for any reason whatsoever. However, the rights are reserved to change or increase or decrease the holidays while declaring every year.
Provided however that if it is felt that working of the offices and factory is likely to be hampered on account of Bandh, General Strike, Power Cut, Rasta Roko etc. intimation of which has been received in advance. The management may change any holiday to fall on such day and declare earlier holiday to be a working with notice by evening, prior to the day to be observed as holiday and such change shall not be deemed to be changed, this being condition of service.
The leaves are calculated according to the calendar year i.e. January – December, and the encashment is being made in the month of April, every year.
The PL encashment is given to the employee after one year of the service or in the month of April whichever comes first. For e.g. an employee joining the organization in the month of January is also entitled to get the leave benefit in the April month of that particular year.
For e.g. salary bifurcation of an employee those paid Basic + Allowance
For e.g. salary bifurcation of an employee paid Basic + Others